[Illustration torn out of "The Gentleman's Magazine", January 1792, Plate III with pages 17-23]
Fig. 1 is a supposed minature of the poet Milton; Fig. 2 shows a portrait of Richard Blondus, S.J.; Fig. 3 shows a chain and medal of 1687 given by James II to Admiral Strong, Admiral of the Irish Seas; Fig. 4 is the Seal of Lewote Baa found at Gillingham, England; Fig 5 shows the Coats of arms found with an inscription on the foundation stone of Begbury house, Kent, England; Fig. 6 is a silver heart inscribed CR (presumably Carolus Rex) January 30th, 1648; Figs. 7-10 shows "St. Cuthbert's beads" which are pebbles that were washed up on Holy Island (Lindisfarne) and Fig. 11 shows a tradesman's token from Lynn Regis.
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It is presumed that because of the Irish Seas connection of the medal given to Admiral Strong by King James II, the engraving was taken from the "Gentleman's Magazine."
Physical description: 1 print : engraving ; image 19 x 10.5 cm., within plate mark 20.5 x 12.2 cm., on sheet 22.2 x 14.1 cm.